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For four generations, the Legrand-Latour Family have been cultivating their vineyards mainly with Meunier grapes but also with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The aim is to obtain grapes of the highest quality and to create Champagnes that are a pure revelation of a terroir as rich in fossils as that found on the slopes of the Vallée de la Marne, and more precisely in Fleury-la-Rivière, where the Domaine is located.
Thibault Legrand, the latest generation of the family, and today the representative of Champagne Legrand-Latour, confidently carries on his father's passion for researching fossils in the terroir, and through a geo-enological approach, he strives to express the influence of this unique subsoil in the mineral expression of their Champagnes.
The family's ageing cellar is housed directly in the Domaine's "underground geological museum", created by Thibault's father over 30 years of excavations that have uncovered fossils from the Cretaceous and Palaeocene periods, the geological eras of greatest interest to Fleury-la-Rivière and Champagne Region in general, from 95 to 20 million years ago.